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  • Sidney Bob

    If LePage is the  best they have to offer, I wouldn’t be celebrating anything…

    • poormaniac

      Lepage is just one of many who have contributed  to building this great country. 

      • Sidney Bob

        Ripping apart would be a more accurate choice of words.

        • Anonymous

           Quite often, you DO have to rip something apart in order to get at the rot.

           MSHA for example.

  • Anonymous

    Franco American breakfast

    UMMMMMMMMMMM!!! UMMMMMMMMM!!!
    My Mother-in-law cooked as if she was feeding an army. Well she did for a small one. Total of 22 kids and her husband over time.

    Then there was the wood camp with the French Canadian cooks.  If you were hungary after breakfast, lunch  or dinner it wasn’t their fault.

    Sidney Bob, the article is about Franco American nationality which you obviously aren’t a part of. Nor is it about you. And it’s not about the Governor. It’s about his heritage. Let’s put yours up and see how well you measure up to it.

     

  • Guest

    I like Canada and Canadians.. let’s celebrate!!!!! St. George de”buce was alot of fun back in the day.

  • I think we’d have been better off with the Irish…….Save Maine……Recall LePage !!!!

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